12, Paul Duren, LB
Sr., 6-1, 235, Del City, OK
Duren was similar to Lawrence Pinson as he stayed in the middle but seemed to be much more comfortable in the three linebacker set. His early spring was compromised some by nagging injuries, but during the heart of the spring and particularly the scrimmages he was routinely in on the most tackles. The real fun was getting to play more aggressive and making more tackles at, near, or behind the line of scrimmage versus downfield.
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